5, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Plastic Pipe and Fittings Association (PPFA) is pleased to announce that Silver-Line Plastics, the first North American plastic pipe producer to be certified to PPFA's "Sustainable Manufacturing Conformity Assessment Program for Plastic Piping Components" (SM-CAP), has added its Ft.
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PP stands for Plastic Pipe
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com adds latest reports on Polypropylene pipe market and Plastic Pipe industry for Global & China regions to its store.
With current methods of plastic pipe joining, heat fusion or gluing, there's a cure time, which prolongs installation and delays testing and commissioning.
Global demand for plastic pipe is projected to rise 8.
Plastic Pipe and Fittings: Past, Present and Future, includes 26 peer-reviewed papers that cover the latest information, as well as historical perspectives, on plastic piping products worldwide.
Plastic pipe and fittings; past, present, and future.
Plastic will be the fastest-growing pipe material through 2015, continuing to steadily take share from competing materials in a range of markets, according to the report, which says, "Rising demand for plastic pipe will be driven by resin improvements that enhance pipe performance in more demanding environments, while processing improvements will allow plastic pipe to be more cost-effective compared to other materials.
ADPnews) - Apr 4, 2011 - Austrian plastic pipe maker Pipelife, a joint venture of building materials maker Wienerberger AG (WBAG:WIE) and Belgian chemical group Solvay (EBR:SOLB), has acquired the plastics production unit of French plastic pipes maker Alphacan, Wienerberger said today.